Step 1: Identify the anxious thought.
Example: “If I don’t do well on this test, I will certainly flunk the class.”
Step 2: Evaluate the accuracy of the thought.
Is this thought fact or opinion? If this is your emotions and interpretation of the situation, try to get the facts. If the fact points to the likelihood that you may pass, even if you might not get the grade you want, focus on what you can do to work towards your goal.
If it is fact, what academic resources are available to you to help support you?
Example: My professor has told me I likely won’t pass. Let me talk more to this professor to see if there is anything I can do, attend an ARC session for support, and my advisor to see how it may impact my course of study.
Step 3: Respond back to the thought with reasons why your initial thought could be inaccurate, and then formulate a different and better way to think about the situation.
Example: There are two more tests in this class, so even if I do poorly on this one, I can still likely pass the class. Besides, I’m thoroughly prepared for this test and will likely do well on it.
Sign Up: Buses to the Men's Basketball Game and Greek Night Pre-Game Reception
Make sure to ride the buses to the Prudential Center tonight as the Pirates look to take down Xavier tonight at 7 p.m. It’s Greek Night and the Black Fives Celebration to celebrate and raise awareness about Black athletes, coaches, and communities who played a critical part in America's basketball history. The first 4,000 fans in attendance (students included) will receive a Seton Hall branded bucket hat!
Join the DEI Committee on March 3 at noon in the UC Chancellor’s Suite as we welcome Celeste R. Warren, the vice president of the Global Diversity and Inclusion Center of Excellence at Merck, as she discusses her new book How to Be a Diversity & Inclusion Ambassador. A light lunch will be served. All attendees will receive a copy of Ms. Warren’s book.
The Teaching, Learning, and Technology Roundtable’s Mobile Computing Committee has developed a survey to gather information about students’ experience and use of technology at Seton Hall. This important survey will provide a better understanding of the evolving needs of the University’s constituents and help to steer the future of technological initiatives, policies, and practices at Seton Hall University. Respondents will be entered into a raffle with up to three chances to win $50 in Pirate’s Gold! Click here to access the survey.
The Permanent Observer to the UN for International Anti-Corruption, Jonathan Granoff, J.D., will give a lecture on the Principles and Praxis of Global Governance on February 24 at 3 p.m. in the UC Chancellor Suite.
In partnership with United Way, Seton Hall’s Tax Lab will be providing FREE tax return preparation services through the IRS’ Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. February 28 at 11 a.m. in the UC Event Room.
Monica Burnette, Ph.D.
Vice President of Student Services
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Are you looking to continue your studies, but not sure which graduate program is right for you? During Seton Hall's Graduate Open House on Saturday, February 25, you'll be able to browse all of the more than 130 graduate degree options at the University. Or, if you want to pursue a dual degree, take this opportunity to speak with faculty and staff representatives from each school and college.
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